What do we do
We develop certified projects that generate
From carbon footprint to carbon neutrality
Calculating your company’s carbon footprint means determining the amount of CO₂ it emits into the atmosphere. This is the first step in the entire offsetting process: by purchasing carbon credits, you can finance projects that aim to absorb these emissions, effectively achieving carbon neutrality.
We are currently engaged in native forest conservation and reforestation projects where trees have been removed. We are at the forefront in Brazil with the ARR (Afforestation, Reforestation and Revegetation) projects Fazenda Nascente Do Luar and Fazenda Sao Paulo where, in total, in less than ten years we have planted nearly one million eucalyptus trees, helping to capture nearly 400 thousand tons of CO₂.
We are also committed to protecting the delicate balance of forests that exist but are threatened by humans with REDD+ (Reducing Emission from Deforestation and forest Degradation) projects: this is the case with the Selva de Urundel and the Western Amazon Grouped Project, two large areas in the Amazon that have valuable ecosystem services within them to collect and store rainwater for reservoirs. All the CO₂ emissions we save the planet generate certified carbon credits that can be purchased by entities and companies.
Carbon credits to offset emissions
A Carbon Credit is equivalent to one ton of CO₂ absorbed (or not emitted) into the atmosphere. How is CO₂ emission absorbed or saved? Through the development of environmental protection projects designed and implemented for the purpose of reducing or reabsorbing CO₂ emissions.
Companies can purchase these carbon credits to offset their emissions, contributing economically to combating climate change while achieving Carbon Neutral status.
Become carbon neutral, too
A few years ago, precisely in 2015, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals were born: a set of sustainable development goals aimed at ensuring worldwide human well-being, economic growth, social inclusion, poverty alleviation, protection of environmental assets etc. According to this program, by 2030, companies will have to take concrete measures to further the achievement of these goals, including reducing CO₂ emissions. In this context, Carbon Credits fit in as useful, sometimes indispensable, tools for this purpose.
Not all companies are already in a position to travel to net zero emissions, but the purchase of certified carbon credits will help equalize emissions by financing projects with high environmental and social value.
The SDGs, or Sustainable Development Goals, are a set of 17 interconnected goals defined by the UN in 2015 as a strategy “to achieve a better and more sustainable future.” The SDGs recognize the close link between human well-being, economic growth, social inclusion and the health of natural systems.